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Weihrauch Hw100 Ktla With A Hawke 30sf 4-16x50 Scope

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by TR158, Oct 30, 2019.

  1. TR158

    TR158 Posting Addict

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    As per the title... Some pics of my beautiful new BTAS / HW100Tuning tuned / converted HW100 Karbine with a rather fetching laminate adjustable stock.

    A HW100Tuning titanium cylinder, Air Fective 2 part graphite carbon shroud, Zeadio carbon bipod, Fenton biathlon lever and a rather superb piece of Hawke telescopic looking glass adorn this beauty [​IMG]

     
  2. TinCan Tony

    TinCan Tony Next video please

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    It's that new it's still got the umbilical attached... ;)

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    Fantastic guns the hw100
     
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    mikeyhall1 2018 Forum Nice Guy - Pepe Le Pew

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    That’s a superb example mate
     
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    What a beauty, reminds me of mine:D
     
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    Very nice addition mate
     
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    rizla1 hi

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    Lovely setup mate :thumb:
     
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    Stunning kit guys :thumb:
     
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    A few minor updates, mainly 'bling' :thumb:

    I had already mentioned the Fenton biathlon lever but hadn't included a close up. The build quality on these is excellent and as you can see from the second pic it protrudes at a slight angle which makes cocking far easier without having to fumble for the lever. Highly recommended!

    By the way, that's not a hole or a ding just under the biathlon lever, just a variation in the stock colour and actually doesn't look anywhere near as prominent in person.
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    By way of a little more 'bling' I swapped the original black Sportsmatch mount bolts for some shiny new silver ones.

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    In keeping with the general black tone of the stock stripes and new biathlon lever I decided to keep the existing black trigger guard and and Rowan trigger blade as they are, but the cheek riser adjustment screw holes always bugged me due to the lack of finish...

    So this happened...

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    I managed to source some M5 10mm head knurled thumb bolts via Ebay and the original intention was that they would replace the existing bolts which sit within the mechanism (within the recess of the stock) so that the cheek riser could be adjusted without reaching for an Allen key. However due to the nature of the clamping mechanism this wasn't feasible as it would mean the external bolt crushing against the stock. So if nothing else these serve the purpose of covering the holes whilst adding a little bling and I'll go as far as to claim that they also serve as dust caps :p

    I had some spare so I swapped out the existing rear sling bolt for one of the knurled items...

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    Full shot :thumb:

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